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    momandstressed posted:
    my 3 yr old son can't make up his mind on just about everything. we get is huge fight even when i am trying to give him want he want. he screams that he want something and i tell him thats fine he can have it (with in reason) and then he doesnt want it anymore. he can go back and forth for hours over the simples thing. he just want to pick a fight about anything and everthing. please tell me this is a phase because im going out of my mind.
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